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  • Geography of Rome 
  • Myth of Romulus and Remus 
  • Engineering 
  • The Geography of Rome is that it is a rocky tarine  to where it could be hard to travel. The Geography of Rome is very mountianty  and the shape of Rome is a stello boot kicking a soccer ball. 
  • Sports 
  • When Romulus and Remus were younger their uncle didn't want them to overthrow him as king so he sent severents to go and take their crib and throw it into the Tiber River so they would drown.  When the boys were in the water a wolf came and saved them. Later on in their life they went and killed their uncle. When the boys got older they fought on naming the new city and Romulus killed his brother and got to name the city Rome. 
  • Architecture 
  • The Etruscan influenced the Romans by when they build an archway to put a keystone when they built it out of concrete so that it would put pressure on both sides so that it would stay up. 
  • Art, Religion, and Writing 
  • Art, Religion, and Writing are very important to the Romans . 
  • In Ancient Rome they got an Ides from the Etruscan's to have slave fighting. So when the ruler die each of his slaves would fight till the death and the winner was killed by the ruler son so that he could be ruler.  
  • The Romans got the idea for columns  from the Greeks and the Romans put their own spin on the columns. They also got some ideas form the Etruscan's and the Romans used concrete to build the Colosseum and the Circus Maxims. The influence of architecture was major to where the Romans added their own spin on things. 
  • In writing the Romans copied some of the things that the Greeks did like carving inscriptions so the Romans decided to carve inscriptions into the columns  so that everyone could see them. Also in writing the Romans and the Greek alphabet  were the same. In art the Romans and the Etruscan's admired Greek pottery and sculptures. The Roman sculptures became especially skilled in lifelike portraits. In religion the Romans used he Greek gods but named them as their own. 
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